Lunch & Learn - International WELL Building Standard (W180209)

12:30pm Friday, 9 February 2018
1:30pm Friday, 9 February 2018
API Perth
Level 1, 215 Hay Street
Subiaco, Western Australia 6008

The Lunch & Learn series brings together a wide range of high level experts providing insights into various aspects of the property industry.

This session presented by Patrick Jeannerat, will focus on the International WELL Building Standard.

Launched in October 2014 after six years of research and development, integrating scientific and medical research, the WELL Building Standard is revolutionizing the way people think about buildings. It explores how design, operations and behaviors within the places where we live, work, learn and play can be optimized to advance human health and well-being.

A Well certified building is one that is designed, constructed and maintained to improve the health, happiness, wellness and productivity of its occupants. The spaces that we live and work in everyday has a significant impact on human health and wellbeing. The Wellbeing of employees should be considered as a core value to each organisation. Everybody want quality air and water and a healthy, vibrant, workplace environment.

Covering seven core concepts of health and hundreds of features, WELL is a flexible building standard and represents the future of modern buildings and spaces.

As an introduction to this International Standard, Patrick will discuss:

  • Key concepts to enhance occupant wellbeing in buildings we work, learn, play and live
  • Latest trends in Perth Metro Area and why WELL is seen as a game changer
  • How to verify and evaluate healthier and more productive workplace claims
  • Tips for minimum effort, instant improvements in your own, personal wellbeing



Read more about the presenter

Patrick Jeannerat
WELL Accredited Professional and Sustainability Manager, Colliers International

Patrick’s present focus is on helping organisations better satisfy the needs of the building users thus improving the productivities of individual spaces and entire buildings.  


He has carried out a number of occupant satisfaction surveys and building assets condition and performance assessments for many office, retail, industrial, educational and multi-residential facilities and supported blue chip, governmental and not for profit organisations in developing sustainability strategies for individual assets and entire portfolios. 


Patrick has over a decade of experience as Sustainability Specialist, working with Arup, John Holland and Colliers International to design, construct and operate better built environments in and around Australia’s capital cities. Building on his qualifications as Green Star Accredited Professional, Infrastructure Sustainability Accredited Professional and NABERS Accredited Assessor, he has most recently become WA’s first WELL Accredited Professional and is now acting as a strong advocate for healthier buildings as well as building a track record of delivering high-quality fitout projects.


With his strong interest in industrial ecology and systems thinking, he is working towards understanding the bigger picture around the life cycle of organizations, resources, processes, technologies and markets to deliver holistic, yet pragmatic strategies and solutions tailored to his customers’ needs.


12:00pmRegistration and light lunch served
12:30pmPresentation commences
1:30pmExpected close

Cost and Registration

API Members$64
API Student Members$48

CPD Points

Attendance at this event will accrue 1 API CPD Point and 1 DMIRS (formerly Commerce) point, elective category two.

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